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Old Aug 8, 2009, 10:54 AM   #11
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Got to agree with the above sentiments - very nicely done!

Really gives the sense of movement. I would think it's quite a challenge with a long lens.
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Daniel, this is not just a good first try, this is a very fine picture in it's own right. Pat your back from me!

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GW, Paul, Mtnman, Keith , Kjell

Thanks for taking time to comment. Next time I will try more uncommon or less obnoxious birds. But I may chicken out by jacking up the shutter speed as slow panning yield lower keeper rate.

This is why panning images of sport car are more prominantly represented. They come and go in laps.

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Hi Daniel,

Very nice!!!!

You do magic with that lens.

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Old Aug 13, 2009, 11:12 PM   #15
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Nice. Steady, smooth panning gets great results. You obviously know how to make it happen.
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